Max Le Cain

Langan/Le Cain Event at Microscope Gallery, NY

Still from 'Tangled and Far' -Max Le Cain & Vicky Langan, 2013

Still from 'Tangled and Far' -Max Le Cain & Vicky Langan, 2013

Am pleased to announce that Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, will be hosting a programme of work by Max Le Cain and me this Monday, May 12th. We will both be present for a Q&A after the screening. Full details here.


The programme is:

Evening Ascent
The Mongolian Barbecue
Tangled And Far


Australian International Experimental Film Festival 2014

Tangled And Far, my most recent collaboration with Max Le Cain, will play twice at the Australian International Experimental Film Festival this May, once in Melbourne and once in Perth:

Perth: 6pm, Sunday 3rd May
Replants, 96 Wray Avenue, Fremantle

Melbourne: 6pm, Sunday 18th May
Goodtime Studios, basement 746 Swanston Street, Melbourne
(hosted by Artist Film Workshop)

New Irish Underground Film at Spectacle, New York


Experimental Film Society @ Spectacle Theater, New York NOVEMBER 2013 from EFS Video Archive on Vimeo.

Tangled And Far, the latest collaboration between Max Le Cain and myself, will premiere at Spectacle Theater in New York this Thursday 21st at 10pm.


This screening is part of a whole programme of films Max and I have made. Also showing: ContactWölflinge 17/11/'10Light/Sound,HereunderDesk 13 and Dirt.

Our programme is, in turn, part of a six-programme series devoted to New Irish Underground Film, specifically by members of Experimental Film Society, curated by Donal Foreman. Dean Kavanagh's superb feature A Harbour Town is also playing on the 21st. Full details here.

DIRT now on Vimeo

Dirt (2012) from Vicky Langan on Vimeo.

Since 2010, sound/performance artist Vicky Langan (Wölflinge) and experimental filmmaker Maximilian Le Cain have been working together in a unique creative audio-visual partnership. This is built on the strikingly fitting match between Langan’s magnetic, often troublingly intense presence as a performer and Le Cain’s distinctively jarring, disruptive visual rhythms.

Dirt (2012) is a phantasmagoric mélange of live performances and elements of gothic horror, resulting in a haunting, intense and sometimes humorous portrait of Wölflinge.

Next screening at Hunters Moon Festival, alongside a programme of film from Vivienne Dick, Ludo Mich, Rouzbeh Rashidi and Michael Higgins.

Dirt is dedicated to Lina Romay.